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Most people reach peak bone mass by age 30. After that time, bone remodeling continues; however, you lose slightly more bone mass than you gain. If you have risk factors for osteoporosis or have a bone fracture, your orthopedist may recommend a bone density test. With the test and your health history, your Hughston physician can assess if you are a candidate for medication to help slow bone loss.

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